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: Open University

innovation on the Rails

: Westminster

: The Travel Show UK Mini Guides

Dedham Vale, East Anglia.

: Daytime on 2

9.05 Landmarks Special Reports: Wijk aan Zee - Holland

9.30 Watch: Conservation - Your Locality

9.45 You and Me: Telling Stories

10.00 Lernexpress: Ich habe Hunger

10.15 Landmarks: Second World War - Occupation (with subtitles)

10.35 Q and A
a series inviting viewers' reactions to BBC schools programmes.

10.40 Square One: The Case of the Map with a Gap

11.00 Words and Pictures: Oscar Got the Blame

11.15 The Geography Programme: Why Industry Comes and Goes - Part 1 (stereo)

11.35 Teaching Today: Assessment, Key Stage One - Part 2

12.05 Greek Language and People: Meeting People

12.30 Lifeschool: Robotics

12.55 Take Nobody's Word for It

1.20 Orville and Cuddles

1.25 Fireman Sam

1.35 Crystal Tipps and Alistair

1.40 Zig Zag: Olympics - Animal Olympics

2.00 News and Weather
followed by You and Me

: ONE WORLD One World Art

Last in the series in which international artists create a work that presents their vision of One World.

: Holiday Outings

Desmond Lynam stays in a castle, spends a day on the Lough and takes a trip to the Aran Islands.


Unknown: Desmond Lynam

: CountryFile

A look at rural issues.

: News; Weather

Followed by Westminster Live

: News; Weather

and Regional News; Weather

: Cricket

Continued live coverage through to the end of one of today's semi-final matches. (Highlights at H.lOpmonBBCl) ● STEREO

: ONE WORLD Birthrights

Second of six films on culture and identity from a variety of black perspectives.
Going Beyond the Pale. Few black people living in England venture out to the countryside, because they feel vulnerable, conspicuous, unwelcome. The Countryside Commission is running equal opportunities courses for its staff, and groups like the Black Environment
Network are developing a black view of green politics. But perhaps the root of the problem lies in the image of the countryside as custodian of the nation's heritage? Producer Stella Orakwe
An SOI production for BBCtv


Producer: Stella Orakwe

: Timewatch

First of three documentaries exposing the influence of the Gladio, a terrorist network operating throughout Europe. The Ringmasters. For the past 40 years, teams of secret agents have bombed and murdered scores of innocent civilians to keep control of Europe for their political masters. Developed from "stay behinds" - Nazis who remained in occupied territories at the end of the Second World War to resist the communist threat - this secret network changed from being defenders of state security into attackers of the established political order.
But it is only since the Gladio's existence was finally acknowledged in 1990 that the impact of its shadowy role in post-war Europe has emerged. This documentary reveals the crucial role the CIA has played in manipulating the political affairs of post-wat Europe through the Gladio. DirectorAian Francovich Series editor Roy Davies
An Observer production for BSCtv


Editor: Roy Davies

: M*A*S*H

Foreign Affairs. While an army publicity officer tries to get a North Korean pilot to defect, Charles falls for a French Red
Cross worker.

: The Green Man

Another chance to see Malcolm Bradbury 's three-part adaptation of Kingsley Amis's ghost story starring Albert Finney
1: A restaurant owner is haunted by spirits of both the alcoholic and the ghostly kind.
Producer David Snodin
Director Elijah Moshinsky


Unknown: Malcolm Bradbury
Unknown: Albert Finney
Producer: David Snodin
Director: Elijah Moshinsky
Maurice: Albert Finney
Gramps: Michael Hordern
Joyce: Linda Marlowe
Diana: Sarah Berger
Jack: Nicky Henson
Lucy: Josie Lawrence
Nick: Michael Grandage
Amy: Natalie Morse
Underhill: Michael Culver
David: Robert Schofield
Professor Burgess: Rj Bell
Mrs Klinger: Sandra Caron
MrKlinger: Brian Greene
Mrs Underhill: Anna Skye
Clement Freud Bernard: Levin Themselves

: 10x10

The showcase for short films by new film-makers.
Time Stands Still. A collaboration between a Polish and a British film school student has produced this documentary about Ilford Park Polish Home, the last remnant of a network of resettlement camps set up throughout Britain after the Second World War. Many residents tell of their bitter memories of Stalin's labour camps and the war on the eastern front
Directors Simon Everson , Urszula Urbaniak Series producer Colin Rose


Directors: Simon Everson
Directors: Urszula Urbaniak
Producer: Colin Rose

: Newsnight

Presented by Francine Stock and Peter Snow.


Presented By: Francine Stock
Presented By: Peter Snow.

: The Late Show

Arts and media magazine. ● STEREO

: Weatherview

: Open University

The Politics of Equal Opportunity

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